Positronic PosiBand technology offers lower contact resistance, contributing to higher current density (or current per contact).
Positronic has chosen TraceParts as its catalog publisher to publish products on www.traceparts.com, the TraceParts Publishing Network, as well as on its own web site.
Test instruments are almost never compatible with the space environment leading to the condition of having to pass all connections through pressure differential walls that separate the two environments. This is where hermetic connectors come into play and they need to possess distinct features allowing for multiple test configurations.
In many applications, EMI/RFI shielded backshell products require lightweight solutions in order to keep the overall system operating as efficiently as possible.
Not all modular connectors are created equal. They are manufactured in different ways, each with their own strengths and weaknesses.
Free OCP virtual summit May 12-15; “Optimizing Energy Efficiency with Advanced Connector Efficiency” May 14
We are spreading the word about the virtual 2020 OCP Summit – a rich, interactive experience that is free to all attendees May 12-15. The summit is organized by the Open Compute Project, whose mission is to reimagine hardware, making it more efficient, flexible and scalable.
Modular connectors are designed to allow customers to construct a customized design from a range of standard options.
The market for automation connectors has surged, and Positronic is proud to be a part of this exciting trend.
Circular power and signal connectors can be used in many applications, ranging from aerospace equipment to medical equipment to lighting for streets and vehicles, and from industrial machines to robotics. What makes them so popular?
PosiBand does a better job of putting a positive grip on connections than anything else in its class, assuring that there is constant power provided through our connectors, such as D-subminiatures, even in the most rugged environments.